by 24/7 Wall St. Jun 13th 2013 8:40AM
Ad revenue for the coming fall season at News Corp.'s Fox Network is forecast drop 10 percent from a year ago, but rivals CBS and NBC expect modest increases.
Mixed reviews of the new episode of "Arrested Development," released Sunday, have sent shares of Netflix -- which has exclusive rights to the resurrected series --...
Viewers are abandoning old TV networks in droves, yet advertisers are still willing to pay big bucks. CBS, NBC, ABC and Fox have all lost viewers, but ad revenue may increase.
Bloomberg LP moves to repair damage to its reputation after a report said that more than 10,000 client messages containing sensitive pricing data had been leaked online.
Rupert Murdoch's News Corp reported quarterly earnings that beat Wall Street expectations, aided by growth at its cable networks. It plans to spin-off its publishing business.
Turning small-business owners into stars has become a winning formula for television producers, but some businesses featured in them are cashing in, too.
Three media giants are in the earnings spotlight, and drug maker Teva Pharmaceuticals wins a key ruling on a controversial contraceptive, the so-called morning after pill.
The stock market briefly dropped, then recovered, after the Associated Press' Twitter account was hacked and a fake tweet about an attack on the White House was posted.
GE reported a first-quarter profit in line with Wall Street's expectations on Friday, as the conglomerate sold more jet engines and shed its stake in NBC Universal.
The newspaper industry's revenue declined at its slowest pace in six years, as publishers turned to new businesses and raised more money from online subscriptions.
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